Being a part of it: People with intellectual disabilities as volunteers in the Youth Olympic Games
This article is a case study into the personal and social experiences and outcomes of a group of young people with intellectual disabilities volunteering at the Youth Olympic Games in Norway.
Developing Effective Coaching Strategies for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder in a School-Based Multi-Sport Program
This article highlights several effective coaching strategies developed through the implementation of a multi-sports programme, Supporting Success, for adolescents with autism spectrum disorder in a school setting.
U.S. sport diplomacy in Latin America and the Caribbean: A programme evaluation
U.S. sport diplomacy in Latin America and the Caribbean: A programme evaluation provides a study of a specific SDP programme entitled Sports Visitors, executed in partnership between George Mason University and the U.S. Department of State.
Community sport development events, social capital and social mobility: a case study of Premier League Kicks and young black and minoritized ethnic males in England
This paper examines the effectiveness of ‘Premier League Kicks’—a football community outreach initiative—to produce and leverage social capital among young Black and minoritised ethnic males in England.